Archives for January 2014

Streich Family lecturer to discuss free trade

To educate students about the North American Free Trade Agreement, Jennifer Apperti-Ochoa, Consul for Economic and Cultural Affairs at the Consulate General of Mexico in Dallas the will speak on Jan. 30 at 11 a.m. in Bridwell Auditorium in the Dillard College of Business Administration on “The North … [Read more...]

Rat droppings don’t help recruitment

We have a rat. No, I'm not talking about the person who sent the anonymous letter regarding the ex-interim dean of Fain Fine Arts College. We have rats! Take a look around the College of Fine Arts and scattered like little land mines are rat droppings. Sticking to the bottom of shoes like gum, … [Read more...]

Basketball continues Lone Star Conference

Men’s basketball sweeps Kingsville The  men’s team needed its win against Texas A&M-Kingsville to bounce back from a two-game losing streak, making it a tight physical game Saturday night — and the men were not going to take a defeat. Right from the start it was a battle. In the first … [Read more...]

Master planners present long-term campus plan

In preparation for presenting plans to the legislature, consultant architects and campus officials discussed a vision for buildings, green space, parking and athletic facilities at a series of meetings on campus Tuesday. University officials specifically noted that the legislature has not given … [Read more...]

MSU-Tarleton Rivalry

MSU-Tarleton Rivalry from MWSU Campus Watch on Vimeo. In college sports, rivalries are the driving force behind the passion exhibited by the students of each university. At MSU, it is clear who the Mustangs consider their biggest rival — Tarleton State University. When the Tarleton Texans come … [Read more...]

Engineering benefits from liberal arts university

MSU has an illustrious history of providing excellent engineering education to students in this area thanks to the vision of Jesse Rogers and a group of local engineers and entrepreneurs. As the chair of the McCoy School of Engineering, I am proud to confirm that our graduates function at a high … [Read more...]

Resident artists premiere functional pottery

Resident artists Chanda Droske and Mike Kern premiered the functional pottery that they produced during their residency at MSU in the Juanita Harvey Art Gallery on Jan. 17. Kern and Droske said their first residencies have gone well, but the first-show jitters were evident in their body language … [Read more...]

Holiday Trimmings program kicks off at Wellness Center

Students, faculty and staff can get a kick-start on healthy new year's resolutions by participating in the holiday trimmings program at the Wellness Center. “This is the time of year that people set personal health goals,” Greenwood said. “We hope to provide people with a healthy lifestyle change … [Read more...]

Day off becomes day of service

In the spirit of turning their day off into a day of service, 20 students met at the Wichita Falls Area Food Bank on Martin Luther King Jr. Day to volunteer their time by preparing food items for distribution. Shontesa Jones, multicultural services coordinator, organized the event as the kick off … [Read more...]

Department chair advocates for engineering at liberal arts school

MSU has an illustrious history of providing excellent engineering education to students in this area thanks to the vision of Jesse Rogers and a group of local engineers and entrepreneurs. As the chair of the McCoy School of Engineering, I am proud to confirm that our graduates function at a high … [Read more...]